Monday, April 26, 2004

The Die

Is a really cool zine (now a newspaper) which focuses on philosophy, literature, zine reviews etc. Here's what editor Joe Smith said about the next issue on the newsgroup alt.zines:

Hello Folks,

Just dropping a note to announce a new issue of The Die. This issue --
12 pgs/legal-size/offset/newsprint -- contains

Essay: "The Fate of Solitude in an Electronic Age" -- The Die looks at
some of the issues social critic Sven Birkerts raises in his book The
Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age.

Lefty's Corner: News, Gossip, and tidbits of interest to zinesters

Land of the Free?: (Formerly, "Whose side are they on?) News about
what our keepers have been up to.

Books Old and New: Mental rambling on 2 books by the late philosophy
guru Walter Kaufman, Jerry Mander's In the Absence of the Sacred,
Rainer Maria Rilke's Letters to a Young Poet, and David Hume's
selected essays.

Reviews: Zine reviews

Letters: Letters

Best of all, it's FREE. To get yours, send a note to the following
address and request a copy. Donations of cash and or stamps are
greatly appreciated.

The Die
c/o Red Roach Press
PO Box 764
College Park, MD 20740

Note: Those of you on my subscriber list will receive your copy in
about a week.

Thanks a lot,
Joe Smith

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